Learn about resilience management and leadership; driving safety and quality with project management; human performance tools; leading indicators and KPIs; social media platforms to create safe performance and safe cultures; organizational culture and performance; and investigation methodologies at the Resilience Management Summit, to be held May 14 and 15 at Oviedo Amphitheatre and Cultural Center, Orlando, FL.
For well over a century, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has collected data and published reports on occupational injuries, illnesses, and fatalities. As a result, the safety profession has utilized this information to drive safety metrics.
The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) says the final rule requiring employers in high-hazard industries to submit injury and illness data for posting on the OSHA website will not achieve the goals the agency has set for it.
I recently heard a saying that I really like, “the dog with the bone is always in danger.” Most all of us have a “golden dog-bone” within our organizations – whether it be sales numbers, market share, profit numbers, new product alignment, employee turnover rates, quality, productivity, and yes, safety performance indicators.
Griffin Schultz, general manager at Predictive Solutions, will present a webinar on Thursday, October 22 at 2 p.m. (EDT) entitled “Predicting Workplace Injuries: The Who, What, Where and Why of Predictive Analytics in Safety.”
ISHN conducted an exclusive interview with Aubrey Daniels, founder of Aubrey Daniels International, who presented a talk at ASSE Safety 2014 on “What Works Best Doesn’t Come Naturally: Leadership Actions for Preventing Loss.”
Along with a multitude of PDCs, networking opportunities and special events, Safety 2014 will feature seminars intended to help attendees increase the success of their safety management systems and improve communication with management.
Performance Indicators can come in many guises, depending on their focus and means of measurement. Generally speaking, they can be Process or Outcome-orientated indicators that are measured by numbers (i.e. quantitative) or subjective perceptions or feelings (i.e. qualitative).
From contentions that OSHA is turning radical to disagreements over the meaning of the term, “safety culture,” the ISHN Blog served as a forum for a wide range of opinions. Here are some of the most-viewed posts of 2013:
Among the articles in the January 2020 issue of ISHN Magazine, we review the most violated OSHA standards, Part 2 of Larry Wilson's 'Rethinking Traditional Safety' column series, insight from safety experts, and much more.